14 Street/IRT 7 Avenue
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The 14 Street and 7 Avenue station has two island platforms for the four tracks since it is an express stop. These platforms have lines of blue columns and whose height changes depending upon if there is there is a mezzanine above. The track walls have a green, blue and gold trimline with hard to see 14s along it at regular intervals. For exits the station has three each from their own mezzanine areas. Starting at the less important southern end, a staircase leads up from each platform to a narrow mezzanine area with both high and low unstaffed fare equipment in the middle of it and streetstairs at the NE and NW corners of 12 Street and 7 Avenue. Next in the middle of the platforms two staircases form each lead up to another overpass. At each end of the overpass is a high exit only turnstile, one leads to the NW, the other the NE corners of 13 Street and 7 Avenue. The northern end of the station is where the main mezzanine area is accessed via just a single, wide staircase from each of the platforms. It is split into two by the corridor that leads to the now free transfer through the tunnel towards 6 Avenue and the L platform, this tunnel begins by going down some ramps before level off. On the narrow side of this area are some high turnstiles that lead to a streetstair up to the SE corner of 14 Street and 7 Avenue. On the opposite side of the corridor for transferring passengers is the staffed bank of turnstiles with their token booth. It leads to streetstairs at the NE, NW, and SW corners of this intersection and the former underground passageway to 8 Avenue gated off in non-public use can be seen, used by plenty of employees who can be frequently seen inside the passageway.

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(14n11) Small enclosures at the southern end of the platforms have this 1950s era 14TH block text on them
30 June, 2009
(14n12) A high turnstile and CSA booth to the 12 Street exit
30 June, 2009
(14n13) Passengers approach the exit to 12 Street
30 June, 2009
(14n14) Looking down the uptown platform from the staircase to it at the 12 street overpass
30 June, 2009
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(14n15) A column sign
30 June, 2009
(14n16) A mosaic 14 is in the trim of the track walls
30 June, 2009
(14n17) Another view down the uptown platform
30 June, 2009
(14n18) The overpass to the exit only exits at 13 Street
30 June, 2009
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(14n19) Now on the downtown platform towards the main 14 Street exit
30 June, 2009
(14n110) The one staircase to the 14 St exit and transfers
30 June, 2009
(14n111) A mosaic sign for a now closed men's room
30 June, 2009
(14n112) There is a door at what should be the men's room instead
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(14n113) The former mosaic for the Womens room has quite unsightly black stickers over it
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(14n114) High Turnstiles for the SE corner of 14 Street exit due to the connecting tunnel
30 June, 2009
(14n115) A mosaic for the tunnel to 6th Ave
30 June, 2009
(14n116) The mezzanine now unstaffed for 12 Street
22 September, 2011
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(14n117) A streetstair to the 1,2,3 end of the station lists all lines equally the F,V sespecially should be listed as via passageway
22 September, 2011
(14n118) The passageway that connects the northern corners of 14 St and 7 Av to the fare control area
22 September, 2011
(14n119) The closed except for authorized personal only passage to 8 Avenue
22 September, 2011
(14n120) Another station streetstair
22 September, 2011
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